RE: NANFA-- Looking for new N. Ohio fishes

Roselawn Museum (
Wed, 20 Mar 2002 13:20:50 -0500

And don't forget that the older ones are great for starting
campfires...just remain upwind.

Steven A. Ellis
Kennesaw, GA

>Actually, there's a diverse fauna associated with buffalo chips. In
>addition to flies, dung beetles are very, very common in and under chips.
>We have a particularly beautiful green species here. A large number of ant
>species, including fire ants, utilize buffalo chips. Several bird and
>rodent species will pick seeds out of the chips and hungry coyotes will
>sometimes gobble up a steaming chip pile.
>Aint it amazin' what gets discussed on this list? :)
>Rob Denkhaus
>Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge
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